In this section of the page, you will find all the information you need to understand how Air France (AF) dividends work. In addition, you will be able to consult the payment date, the ex-dividend date, the last day to be entitled to the payment, the money to be received per share, the yield and any other doubts that may arise.
There is no upcoming dividend defined for Air France.
There is no set last day on which buying Air France shares generates the possibility of earning dividends.
There has been no final dividend for Air France.
Air France-KLM, listed in several markets, paid dividends to its shareholders until 2017, from which time they stopped fulfilling this commitment.
According to information provided by the company the decision to suspend these cancellations is intended to conserve cash flow and invest it in the progress of the organization, as its financial results have been deteriorating, which was slightly aggravated during the coronavirus crisis.
However, many of its shareholders expect these payments to continue once Air France-KLM's profitability is reestablished.
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Payout Ratio Air France Dividends
Dividend calendar of Air France
There is no Dividend Calendar of Air France defined for 2023.
Historical annual dividend yields of Air France
Dividend yield of Air France vs. the sector
Dividend yield history in Air France
Dividend history of Air France
In this table you can see the dividend history of Air France:
|2008||07/14/2008||0.292522 €||0.292522 €|
|2007||07/18/2007||0.242087 €||0.242087 €|
|2006||07/18/2006||0.151304 €||0.151304 €|
|2005||07/19/2005||0.075652 €||0.075652 €|
|2003||07/25/2003||0.030261 €||0.030261 €|
|2002||10/04/2002||0.050435 €||0.050435 €|
|2001||09/24/2001||0.110957 €||0.110957 €|
|2000||09/29/2000||0.070735 €||0.070735 €|
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Information about Air France
Air France-KLM, an airline that works under French law, is one of the most important airlines in the world and one of the ones that move the largest number of passengers, especially in Europe.
It was founded in 2003, through the merger between the Dutch company KLM (Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij N.V.) known as Royal Dutch Airlines and the French company Air France, thereby forming Air France-KLM which officially enters the SkyTeam airline alliance in late 2004.
The company is owned mostly by various private investors, which hold 81.4%, being largely from former shareholders of the predecessor companies and the remainder (18.6%) belongs to the French government.
It owns several subsidiaries, among them Air France, KLM, as well as Transavia Airlines, which operates in Amsterdam, Eindhoven and Rotterdam, another airline is Martinair which is wholly owned by them, a percentage of Kenya Airwais and a very small part of Alitalia.
Its main headquarters is located in France specifically at Charles de Gaulle Airport, where it has operations as a hub in addition to Schiphol Airport. It has around 500 aircraft with wide-body, narrow-body, VLA and cargo fleets, which handle a little over 220 destinations.
Frequently asked questions about Air France dividends
Air France is listed on the Bolsa de Amsterdam and is part of the AMX.
Air France has the Ticker or stock code AF.
Air France belongs to the Industry sector and the Airlines industry.
The CEO of Air France in 2023 is Mr. Benjamin M. Smith.
At this moment, the value of a Air France share is 12.01€.
Air France does not have a growing dividend program. Dividends have not shown a steady growth in the last 5 years.